Information regarding coronavirus (COVID-19) and Twente Airport

The national measures taken by the government to combat the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) also have an impact on flight operations to and from Twente Airport. Since the outbreak of the virus, the number of flight movements has fallen sharply.

The Twente Gliding Club is flying for the time being, but is adhering to the measures set by the government.

The Twentsche gliding club has postponed its activities until mid-May.

Until June 1, the airfield is closed to visiting GA traffic.


On the site of the IL&T you can find current information about the coronavirus and aviation.

Parking at Twente Airport

Many airlines are forced to ground their planes. Not every airport has the same amount of space to park all these planes. Twente Airport offers space at a discounted rate. In addition, we are happy to think along with you about maintenance during the parking period, mail for the possibilities to


On the site of the RIVM you will find the most current information about the coronavirus. We advise people to keep 1.5 meters distance and observe general cough hygiene, as you would against other flu viruses. For example: wash your hands regularly, cough and sneeze into the inside of your elbow and use paper tissues.

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